Carey Mulligan has reportedly been offered the role of Eliza Doolittle in the remake of My Fair Lady. The actress, who recently received an Academy Award nomination for her role in An Education, is up for the part after Keira Knightley turned down the part. According to the Daily Mail: “The actress has not been formally offered the part yet – and won’t be until Columbia Pictures agrees the film’s
First off: Congratulations Carey for her Oscar nomination! As previously mentioned, Carey was at Newsweek’s 13th Oscar Roundtable. You can read the transcript of it here and watch the videos of the discussions here. All the actors in attendance were part of a photo shoot and pictures have been added to the gallery.
The first outtake of the photoshoot for the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Edition has been released and added to our gallery. You can view a behind the scenes video of the shoot under the cut. Captures will be added soon! Carey Mulligan’s first movie role was as Keira Knightley’s giddy sister in Pride and Prejudice. A moment later, the former Catholic-boarding-school student was the buzz of Sundance, thanks to her
There is a sneak preview of the new Vanity Fair: Hollywood Edition and Carey shares the cover alongside Kristen Stewart and Abbie Cornish! You can view the preview right here. This issue will hit the stands on February 9th and subscribers will receive it on February 20th.
Thanks to Belinda for letting me know that currently up for bid at their auction site is a screenplay for “An Education” signed by Carey Mulligan! The auction ends tonight at 5PM PST so please check out the auction store for more! You can view the product’s page here to place a bid
The Screen Actors Guild has tapped more stars to hand out prizes at the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick are among those recently announced to take the presenting duties during the event. Beside the singer/actor and the “Up in the Air” beauty, the awards show will also see Sigourney Weaver, Kyra Sedgwick, Ray Romano, Jeremy Renner, Carey Mulligan, Anthony Mackie, Felicity Huffman and Brian
One of the most bittersweet moments of last night’s Golden Globes occurred during the deployment of the Best Actress – Drama prize. Requisite shots of each nominee accompanied Mickey Rourke’s reading of their names: Emily Blunt, grinning in rather extreme close-up; Sandra Bullock, the favorite, perched and ready to rise; Helen Mirren, the distinguished elder; Gabourey Sidibe, the gleeful neophyte… and just prior to Sidibe, Carey Mulligan, the one-time favorite
While we wait for the Golden Globes to begin (which promises new Carey pictures!) a few gallery updates have been done: firstly, high quality pictures from Carey’s appearance at the National Board Of Review Of Motion Pictures Awards Gala have been added; and secondly, Carey graced us with another event, namely the Golden Globes Party Hosted by T Magazine and Dom Pérignon where she is pictured alongside B. J. Novak
Glamour Magazine has announce it’s Faces to Watch in 2010, and it features Ms. Mulligan! Here’s what they have to say: Carey Mulligan Age: 24 Star Quality: We’re developing a serious girl crush on Carey. She’s got the A-list boyfriend (ahh, Shia), understated style, a Golden Globe nomination and a career that promises to hit A-List status with the release of Wall Street 2.
Thank you to Belinda for letting me know that you can bid at an auction to win Bleacher Seats for the show — a great chance to see your favorite stars! It’s really fun and proceeds from the auction benefit the SAG Foundation. You can visit the SAG Awards auction page for more info! The auction runs until January 11 and bidding happens at the auction store so please place